Our ability to recognize dogs’ emotions is shaped by our cultural upbringing, suggests a new study. Participants who had grown up in a European, dog-positive culture were better at recognising dog emotions than those who had grown up in a Muslim country (even if they later moved to Europe).

Our ability to recognize dogs’ emotions is shaped by our cultural upbringing, suggests a new study. Participants who had grown up in a European, dog-positive culture were better at recognising dog emotions than those who had grown up in a Muslim country (even if they later moved to Europe).
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